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school. >> on the panel. judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, contributing editor american conservative magazine and daily beast columnist kirsten power. i'm rick fulbaum in for jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. have recent events in the middle east given you any pause for the support of governments who have come to power since the arab spring? >> i've said even at the time it's going to be a rocky path, the question that we could have somehow stopped this of with an of change. i think it was absolutely the right thing to do to align ourselves with democracy, universal rights. the notion that people have, have to be able to participate in their own governance, but i was pretty certain and continue to be pretty certain that they're going to be bumps in the road because, in a lot of these places, the one organizing principle has been! >> president obama on 60 minutes last sunday, an interview with numerous remarks about the cairo embassy attack and israel and his bump in the road comment ignored by most in the media. if steve cross had a follow-up to that, they never
some of his campaign ads quote, go overboard. well, today in ohio, cnn's jim acosta asked mitt romney if he was willing to make a similar admission. here's an extended portion of that interview. >> and just the other day you said the president has been trying to fool people with his ads and his speeches about your record, but fact checkers have also taken issue with your ads. haven't you also played fast and loose with the facts from time to time? >> we've been absolutely spot-on and any time there's anything that's been amiss, we correct it or remove it. the president, on the other hand -- >> even the welfare ad? >> absolutely. look, it has been shown time and again that the president's effort to take work requirement out of welfare is a calculated move, the same thing he did with regards to food stamps. he took work out of welfare -- excuse me, work out of the food stamps requirement. what was the result? the study shows that twice as many people went from having food stamps to those that are able-bodied to -- as a result of that change. look, taking -- >> pants on fire and the "was
johnson to actually win that state and that was significant. i'll bring in jim acosta who is traveling with mitt romney. he's at the event talking a little bit about the message we heard from mitt romney. clearly it's important for him to reach the working class. that came in some of the comments he made regarding trade with china. what does he need to do? what does his team think they need to do to make sure he holds on to virginia? >> reporter: suzanne, as you know, all politics is local. virginia is a big military state. no surprise mitt romney would come to this crowd of veterans here to talk about defense issues. he talked a whole lot about president obama and the deal that was made with congress for sequestration cuts that would impact the defense department greatly. mitt romney said, if he were elected president, he would reverse those cuts. at a certain point during this speech, he talked about how he would actually add personnel to the united states military, not cut personnel. of course, that's going to raise the question where did that money come from? the romney campaign sa
to my grave never having heard jim ward do his -- >> stephanie: this is like the romney campaign. >> oh sweet jesus. >> stephanie: train wreck. i would have never heard jim ward do his turtle mitch mcconnell voice. >> i assume the president was eating lettuce at the time. >> stephanie: yes. i think about how i would have missed rocky mountain mike especially skeeter. >> nazi socialist liberal. >> stephanie: i cringe when i think about road flair mary, and roland's balls. i have vip seats for the beacon. i feel like a six year old on christmas eve unable to sleep out of sheer anticipation. thank you al gore and thing you sexy liberal this saturday! and ladies and gentlemen -- ♪ it's schechner again ♪ >> stephanie: so i was saying like i put on the panel -- shut up! >> good morning. >> we got an earful of the way she talks to you on the phone. >> oh, my god oh my god, oh my god -- >> stephanie: i hate them. jacki i'm not -- >> my god -- hah, hah, hah. >> that's exactly what you said. >> she does sound like that, but i give it right back. >> stephanie: i hope your
me now for reaction is jim frederic, international editor and executive editor of "time" magazine and joel rubin, former state department officer. good to have you here. >> thank you, thomas. >> let's just dive in, jim. as we saw in the clip here, ahmadinejad striking some very familiar themes. kind of flowery. >> yeah. >> off the top there but making some not so subtle reference that what he perceives to be israel being a threat. but also saying that no one around the world feels safe and secure. >> right. >> kind of demonizing everybody else that does have stockpiles of weapons and he can't get any. >> absolutely. i think what's interesting about, you know, this particular speech which is a ailgt one, we have kind of come to look at ahmadinejad as a kind of comic relief of the things he said if weren't so deadly serious and scary and the speech for him fairly restrained. he didn't whip out any holocaust denial or overtly threaten anyone or demonize obama or israel and didn't mention israel by name, as example. >> zionists. >> exactly. struck the familiar themes of why should the
press school. >> on the panel this week judy mill her. cal thomas. jim pinkerton, contributing editor of the american conservative magazine and kirsten powers. i'm rick folbaum. fox news watch is on right now. scott. fox news watch is on right now. >> recent events in the middle east given you any pause about your support for the governments that have come to power following the arab spring? >> well i would say even at the time this is going to be a rocky path. the question presumes that somehow we could have stopped this wave of change. i think it was absolutely the right thing for us to do to align ourselves with democracy. universal rights, a notion that people have to be able to participate in their own govern thanks. i was pretty certain and continues to be pretty certain there will be bumps in the road. in lost these places, one organizing principle has been islam. >> rick: president obama on "60 minutes" in an interview with numerous remarks about the cairo embassy attack and israel. his bump in the road comments ignored by most in the mainstream media. and if there was a follo
in charge of the party, your hand-picked jim greer had his own zan dal of questionable money. i know he's on trial for that. you may be called to testify about it. and i know there are certain thing you can't talk about. but what do we do to bring more transparency to state parties? i mean it seems as if there's sort a lot of loosey-goosey things that happen. yes, there are private companies, if you will, the state political parties and in this case, the state republican paerkts but they're having an impact on a very public event, which is elections. >> no question about it. and i think greater transparency is the answer. and i think one of the ways do that and an indirect way is to have open primaries. and if you have open primaries where people in some states already can do this, you know, whether you're a republican, democrat, or independent, on primary election day you can decide to vote in that party's primary even if it's not your own. how d us that help with transparency? it will weaken it if you will. >> you want to weaken political parties? do you think that's healthy for the p
mopa lisa? who says crime doesn't pay? jim axelrod on an auction of memorabilia from america's most notorious criminals. >> reporter: this was in clyde's waistband? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it turns out the economy is growing even more slowly than we thought. the government told us that u.s. growth in the second quarter was an anemic 1.7%, but today, the commerce department put out a new estimate showing us it was even less than that, just 1.3%. and this is what caught our attention in the report-- the government said half of the downward revision can be blamed on the drought. it's destroying crops, including the corn in this field le roy, illinois. and on the land clayton arnold has been farming in walker, missouri, for 40 years. a new report today on the drought says it continues to get 5%rse. it now covers 65.5% of the lower 21.5and in 21.5% of that area, the area you see in red, the drought is extreme or exceptional. so we asked anthony mason to dig further into the impact the rtought is having on our
: but that's not the opinion of veteran jim dillard who represented springfield 30 years in the virginia house of delegates. >> it's president obama that's done more for veterans than practically any other president. he extended the services to spouses as well as to veteran himself and that's extremely important. >> i need your help. we've got to win in virginia. >> reporter: peggy fox, 9 news now. >> the importance of the old dominion in the presidential race cannot be overstated. president obama also in virginia today, the commander in chief talking to supporters during a rally in virginia beach. the president criticized his rival's plan of tax cuts for wealthy americans. >> my opponent thinks it's fair that somebody who makes $20 million a year like him pays a lower rate than a cop or a teacher who makes 50,000. don't boo. vote! >> the latest polls do give president obama an edge in virginia. the state varies 13 electoral votes in the election. >>> the fans who take the metro to nationals park for the playoff games won't have to worry about the subway shutting down if the game goes t
. the nasdaq finished ahead 43. still ahead, jim angle takes his slide rule to mitt romney's tax plan. first, are democrats losing some of their advantage in registered voters? greetings from the windy city of chicago. people here sure are friendly but some have had a hard time understanding my accent. so to make sure people get every word of the geico savings message i've been practicing how to talk like a true chicagoan. switching to geico could save you hundreds of dollars on car insurance... da bears. haha... you people sure do talk funny. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> bret: democrats have traditionally had an advantage when it comes to registered voters. tonight correspondent doug mckelway reports the size of the advantage may be changing. >> don't boo, vote. don't be, vote. don't be, vote. vote. >> reporter: that of the repeated -- oft repeated line comes as democratic decline in some states. none more so than ohio where voter registration is down from 4 # 0,000 people from four years ago. 44% is in cleveland and surrounding cuyaho
. >> jon: on the panel, judy miller. cal thomas, jim pinkerton and kirsten powers. i'm rick folbaum. we're on right now. >>> has recent events in the middle east given you any pause on the government that have followed arab spring? >> i said at the time this is going to be a rock did i path. the question presumes we could have stopped this wave of change. i think it was absolutely the right thing to do align ourselves with democracy. universal rights. a notion that people have to be able to participate in their own governance, but i was pretty certain and continues to be pretty certain there are going to be bumps in the road. in a lot of these places, one organizing principle has been islam. >> rick: president obama on 60 minutes and numerous remarks on cairo attacks and bump in the road comments ignored by the media and steve had a follow-up on that comment. >> they never follow up with the president. fundamental flaw in the media's thinking as exhibit by steve croft. they say the organized principle is islam. it's not just islam but extremist wing and maybe turkey and deinz but we don
the election. let's bring in jim bolden from london. you've been covering europe's financial crisis. it is not just about math. this is about people, their futures, their lives. what are the lessons that the u.s. can learn here? >> the lesson any country can learn really is to do the budget c cuts. if you're going to do them while you're not in recession, while the markets aren't forcing you to do it. what spain and greece are doing is trying to cut the budget deficit with 25% unemployment, and doing it when bond yields are too high to be able to dip into the market, especially for greece. so these countries have been forced to do this by the markets, brooke, not by politicians. their hand has been forced and now they're telling their people on streets they have got to be the ones that suffer the most. ironically, of course, the u.s. treasury have benefitted from all the european upheaval. it made it easier for the u.s. not to make the tough choices at this moment. any country trying to cut the budget deficit, it is harder to do while that country is in recession. it actually makes
stable. what do these scores tell us about students' readiness? we get two views. jim montoya is a vice president of the college board. he is a former dean of admissions for stanford university. anroger thompson is the vice provost for enrollment maagement at the university of oregon. the system has more than 24,000 students, 20,000 of which are undergraduates. mr. montoya, if as the college board maintains, s.a.t. measures the skills needed for college success. what do some of the lowest scores in 40 years lead you to conclude? >> well, what we are to conclude is that students need to take more rigorous courses. in high school. we have to have higher expectations of our students. what we know is this. that of those students who complete a core curriculum, four years of english, at least three years of mathematics, at least three years of science and at least three years of social science, comparedded to those who students who did not complete a core curriculum, those students completing a core curriculum scored 144 points higher on the s.a.t. >> suarez: what do we know about the predic
referees. we saw it in the san francisco 49ers game, jim harbaugh went up to a referee and said i want to call a challenge here. even though he had no time-outs. he had a time-out. i want to challenge this. the referee gave him a challenge even though he shouldn't have, because he didn't have any ti time-outs. >> how much does this represent the referees case? >> i think a lot. the nfl thought these replacements would get overtime and give the nfl the upper hand. i think the regular referees have the leverage now because of so much outrage. the ironic thing is one of the not talked about issues was the publicity and the fanfare that these younger referees were going. we know ed because he's such a personality. by locking them out the referees are getting much more attention than the regular referees ever got. >> we should remind people what the issues are. it is salary. the referees want raises, pension and 401(k)s. the referees want a pension as opposed to a 401(k) and there's also this issue of replacement refs. the league wants these replacement refs to step in if they don't think t
what's happening with the lunches they're getting. abc's senior national correspondent, jim avila, has more. >> it's a lunch room revolt. ♪ i need to get some food today ♪ >> reporter: students and teachers at this kansas high school, creating a viral video protesting of the new calorie-cutting menus in their cafeteria. they say they're just not getting enough to eat. ♪ we are hungry >> reporter: their complaint new usda school lunch guidelines, rolled out this fall, limiting calories to fight the obesity epidemic among america's youth. the new nutritionist recommended rules restrict elementary schoolers to 650 calorie, 700 for middle school and 850 for high school. today you may find pizza, chicken nuggets and french fries but not every day. you now half of each place must be filled with vegetables and fruit plus milk and fruit smoothie on every tray. in some schools the amount of food thrown out is shocking. >> reporter: this month we visited a school in suburban chicago, where high schoolers analyzed their lunch. shocked to find 46 boxes of pears. >> they're all unopened. >> r
for this weekend. on the block, several items that once belonged to a who's who of notorious criminals. jim axelrod takes a look. >> reporter: bobby livingston's family has been auctioning rare artifacts for 30 years. a letter from washington, a signed picture of einstein. but they're about to hold their biggest event ever at this amherst, new hampshire auction house. it's not the heroes who are the headliners. >> washington, lincoln, churchill, al capone? >> al capone is one of those figures, those mystic, iconic figures that represent something to american popular culture. >> even the gangsters get the white glove treatment? >> reporter: sunday 130 rare pieces of gangster memorabilia from the 1920s and '30s go on the block. items gathered from private collectors during the last eight years. >> with the type of interest we're getting, i would not be surprised if this was a seven-figure auction. >> reporter: included is a musical love letter al capone wrote to his wife, may, while in alcatraz. >> two sawed off shotguns. two machine rifles. >> reporter: also featured are items found on bonnie and cl
mitt romney. debate subject area, domestic policy. debate moderator, jim lara. structure, six 15-minute segment. three focus on the economy, four, five, and six health care, the role of government and governing. procedure, each candidate gets two minutes to respond to a question posed by jim lara. time remaining is given to freewheeling discussion of segments. risk factor, dangerous, sometimes lethal. ♪ [music] ♪ >> are you better off than you were four years ago? is it easier for you to go and buy things in the stores than it was four years ago? is there more or less unemployment in the country than there was four years ago? is america as respected throughout the world as it was? do you feel that our security is as safe, that we're as strong as we were four years ago? if you answer all of those questions yes, why then i think your choice is obvious as to who you'll vote for. if you don't agree, if you don't think that this course that we've been on for the last four years is what you would like to see us follow for the next four, then i could suggest another choice that you have. >
of notorious criminals. jim axelrod takes a look. >> reporter: bobby livingston's family has been auctioning rare artifacts for 30 years. a letter from washington, a signed picture of einstein. but they're about to hold their biggest event ever at this amherst, new hampshire auction house. it's not the heroes who are the headli headliners. >> washington, lincoln, churchill, al capone? >> al capone is one of those figures, those iconic figures that represents something to american popular culture. >> reporter: sunday 130 rare pieces of gangster memorabilia from the 1920s and '30s go on the block. items gathered from private collectors during the last eight years. >> with the type of interest we're getting, i would not be surprised if this was a seven-figure auction. >> reporter: included is a musical love letter al capone wrote to his wife, may, while in alcatraz. >> two sawed off shotguns. >> reporter: also feature ready items found on bonnie and clyde right after the shootout that ended their bank robbing careers and their lives in 1934. >> this was in clyde's waistband? >> it was in his wa
when jim and netanyahu true and actual redline. on a diagram of a bomb, depicting red lines to be drawn against this program. generating a flood of reaction here at home. leland vittert has details. reporter: this is the first time a leader has threatened and actual military strike against iran. that is a very clear threat on the front page of every newspaper here. conceivably when iran would reach the redline here on the diagram of the bomb at the united nations. however, mr. netanyahu is not repeating universal praise because of what was said here. a little bit making fun of the prime minister for using this diagram. down here they are starting to print cartoons. this one, has a bugs bunny superimposed over the prime minister drawing this diagram. the big question is, what does this mean for israel going forward? has the prime minister committed himself to actually making a strike comes spring of 2013, and more importantly, how is he going to back that up? there are a lot of people that are not convinced that a strike is necessary. a lot of people are saying doing that at the u.n. was
obama meet in their first presidential debate, moderated by jim lehrer of the news hour. watch and engage with c-span, including the live debate preview. the debate at nine, and after the date your reactions, calls coming e-mails command tweets. follow live coverage. .. on direct tv. c-span, created by american cable companies >>> a data among the candidates running to be the next governor. incumbent democrat jay nixon is seeking his second term running against dave spencer also libertarian jim higgs and it's raised as lean democratic. september 21st this comes to us from kmiz-tv. it's about an hour. >> governor nixon. go ahead. >> it's a pleasure to see so many friends we have worked with for so many years one of the reasons i ran for the governor and the things i've done for the last four and a half years now, a lot of that goes back to the small town in missouri. i had an opportunity to see my mother and father actively involved in public service on the school board. my dad as the mayor and in the evenings when the phone would ring someone would call it a problem. i would of
's a state most political experts don't think he'll win. but as cnn's national political correspondent jim acosta's reporting, romney seems to have some other ideas. jim's joining us right now. what's he saying? what's going on in pennsylvania, jim? >> reporter: wolf, you're right. mitt romney did predict he's going to win the state of pennsylvania come november. but even though his campaign has mainly been a focus on fixing the nation's economy, mitt romney in recent days has been stepping up his attacks on the president on the issue of national security. and specifically lately on who's a better friend of israel. and there are signs the obama campaign is paying attention. at a military academy in pennsylvania, mitt romney tried to make the case for a new commander in chief. romney once again questioned the president's recent description of events in the middle east as bumps in the road. >> i sure as heck don't consider iran becoming nuclear a bump in the road. we need someone who recognizes the seriousness of what's ahead and is willing to lead. >> reporter: romney's tough talk on iran f
. jim, i am looking at the combined experience appear of covering washington, all the baloney that its issue here. we have among us more than a century of dealing with these kinds of issues. jim, your prediction. what are we going to hear in the debate? >> there is a pattern here. you can see that it follows the social science dictum that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. as a wire service guy, i am not in the prognostication business, but i feel fairly safe going out on a limb in a couple of things today. eight months ago, in the state of the union speech, obama issued an appeal to congress to spend more federal money on construction projects that would generate jobs. what he said was, take the money we are no longer spending at war. use half of the to pay down our debt. use the rest to do some nation building right here at home. we pointed out in a fact check that night the fallacy of that idea. the idea that some kind of budget surplus is going to be created when you stop the wars is fiscal fiction. those wars have been primarily financed by borrowing. if you s
started many years ago. jim, i am looking at the combined experience appear of covering washington, all the baloney that its issue here. we have among us more than a century of dealing with these kinds of issues. jim, your prediction. what are we going to hear in the debate? >> there is a pattern here. you can see that it follows the social science dictum that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. as a wire service guy, i am not in the prognostication business, but i feel fairly safe going out on a limb in a couple of things today. eight months ago, in the state of the union speech, obama issued an appeal to congress to spend more federal money on construction projects that would generate jobs. what he said was, take the money we are no longer spending at war. use half of the to pay down our debt. use the rest to do some nation building right here at home. we pointed out in a fact check that night the fallacy of that idea. the idea that some kind of budget surplus is going to be created when you stop the wars is fiscal fiction. those wars have been primarily financed b
be on the table. but i'm talking about the brackets that are around 15% to 28%, jim. that's where the take home is going to rise. you ought to say we're going to leave your deductions alone. we're going to take it out of the high of the upper income people because we're giving them a big tax cut. the middle class, he shouldn't even suggest they're going to be tax deductions. i wrote a column about this. i said use reagan's slogan. use reagan's slogan. all right. take-home pay, that's something that families around the kitchen table can understand. that's not what mitt romney said today. what mitt romney said today is i'm going to take away your tax deductions and don't expect much in the way of tax cuts. that is not kitchen table and not raising take-home pay and that's why i'm so darn angry. >> welm, larry, he's talked a lot about job growth too, and that's something the average person understands and knows we need. economic growth, pro-growth for the middle class. >> you've got to connect the dots. you've got to connect. i'm sorry, i shouldn't interrupt. let me calm down. jim, i jus want to s
to jim spellman, our cnn correspondent on the ground in denver who is with us now by phone. jim, this is criticalthathe court has been weighing so heavily on this notebook. at last blush the prosecutors dumped their efforts to get their hands on this noteok, but now we're hearing that the chain of custody, the way it's be man haned may be a b problem in this case. >> well, you know, it's really interesting how this notebook even came to anybody's attention. we've discovered in these documents that the defense team for holmes went to the university and said there is a notebook, there's a package that will be mailed to you in the mailroom. we want it. because of that and because of all the explosives in holmes' apartments they notify the police. bomb squads came. they got a look at the outside of it, the police there on site. since then after just examine it to be sure it's been safe, it's been sealed, and nobody as of the hearing last week had looked at it. not the defense. not the prosecution. not even the judge. there has been a question of it being doctor-patient privilege. we
. [ cheers and applause ] that's the country i believe in. >>> jim acosta is covering the romney campaign. jim, one of the interesting things back in 2008 in covering president obama, you knew that there was a sense that he could possibly win when people started showing up in virginia. i mean that was really th turning pot. they thought perhaps we have this thing because we've got folks out in virginia. that was making history. that had not happened, a democrat getting that state since 1964. lyndon johnson. you know have an opportunity, the president, i think to do it again. how does the romney campaign respond to that? >> reporter: that's right. if pdent oma were to win the state of virginia because no democrat hadjohnson in 1964, hee first democrat to do it twice in a generation. so obviously it is a big challenge for the president to try to win this critical battleground state one more time. that's why mitt romney is in the state today trying to take it away from him. this state, let's be honest about this, is very critical in terms of putting together the electoral map that the romney
to come up with stanford for much harder graduated and promote jim and john denver graduated, but starting quarterback in the super bowl. then last one is really hard but have given you a clue. have already said his last name. benjamin harrison who matriculated at miami university of ohio and who is a quarterback , been in office burger of that team purpose per that shall not otherwise be named. so that's a little presidential trivia for you, and i also always give a little mix and stir when i come back. thinking to prepare my remarks when latter is being built. sandino's as well as i do. the real director of the nixon library was richard nixon. he designed and oversaw it and every detail was of interest to him. but probably the thing he was least interested in was a room which is even here anymore, the domestic policy room which has been redone. the league kind of such a together at the last minute. one of those exhibits was about the endangered species act. president nixon as you may or may not know, greatest of a terminal president in the history of the united states son and heir the cl
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